ERIC Number: ED431412
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1998
Reference Count: N/A
Proceedings of the International Academy for Information Management (IAIM) Annual Conference (13th, Helsinki, Finland, December 11-13, 1998).
Rogers, Camille, Ed.
The conference paper topics include: business and information technology (IT) education; knowledge management; teaching software applications; development of multimedia teaching materials; technology job skills in demand; IT management for executives; self-directed teams in information systems courses; a team building exercise to software development; World Wide Web-based distance learning; information systems project groups; managing IT for performance; computer technology master plans to meet needs of college students/faculty; site visits as a teaching method in information systems courses; integrating experiential learning and community service in the education of IT professionals; student satisfaction with instructional technologies in management information systems (MIS) classrooms; student perceptions of the Internet; teaching spatial analysis in business; electronic teams and programming; linking MIS with elementary education; implementation of ISO 9000 by regional business; organizational learning; teaching soft operational research in Asia; application of theory of constraints to systems analysis and design; a master's program in information security; the skills audit approach to undergraduate learning; evaluating the changing end-user environment; IT-based instructional strategies; problems faced by innovative IT instructors; object-oriented COBOL and Java; a method for studying electronic marketing strategies; hypermedia aids for advanced learning; and collaborative learning environments for management education. Also included are the IAIM mission statement, description of the paper selection process, a list of reviewers, 1998 IAIM officers and directors, and an author index/directory. (MES)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: International Academy for Information Management.
Note: For selected individual papers, see IR 057 375-397.